Banks Struggle with Real Time Payments

As real time payments have begun banks are finding it a challenge to implement them; how much should banks charge corporate clients for the service and how best to handle legacy infrastructure are two of the main questions they are grappling with; “Banks need to understand how they monetize these services,” Vinay Prabhakar, head of markets strategy for payments at Finastra, said to TearSheet. “Most banks have lucrative credit card programs, so how do they roll out RTP without cannibalizing their credit card models?”; Christopher Ward, PNC Bank’s head of treasury management product management, believes progress is being made and 90 percent of banks will have implemented real time payments by end of 2019. Source.

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